The Colorado Application for State Financial Aid (CASFA) is the application by which students that meet the qualifications can apply for this aid. Students who do not have lawful immigration status and who do not meet the qualifications listed above are also encouraged to apply for institutional aid using the CASFA. Students who are eligible for Federal Title IV aid by completing the FAFSA should not complete the CAFSA.
Resources including additional application workshops.
Immigrants Rising – see below for resources available via Immigrants Rising
Nonprofit organizations that provide free or low-cost immigration legal services.
UnidosUS – ImmLocal tool
For additional nonprofit immigration legal service providers, visit: Immigrationlawhelp.org
Expediting the DACA consultations and offering free DACA consultations with John Pearce, an immigrant attorney who is connected with DSF Associate Board members. Call for a consultation: 303-495-5121.
Denver-based nonprofit organization offering a free monthly legal clinic. Appointments are required. See Calendar
Denver-based nonprofit organization offering free phone legal consultations. Appointments are required.
Department of Justice (DOJ) accredited organization offering free immigration consultations and low-cost immigration legal services.
Denver Immigrant Legal Services Fund (DILSF) grantee. Nonprofit organization providing legal services, legal workshops and monthly legal clinics throughout Denver
Denver Immigrant Legal Services Fund (DILSF) grantee. Nonprofit organization offering immigration legal services.
Department of Justice (DOJ) accredited organization offering immigration legal services.
Paying for DACA:
KIPP Colorado Schools – KIPPsters may request financial assistance to help cover the cost of DACA Applications and Renewals. Please contact email@example.com for questions
UndocuCareer-Guide-July-2023.pdf via MSU Denver